Telecommunication Essay Examples


DoCoMo’s i-mode concept was a fresh air in the almost stagnant telecommunications market of Japan. They were ingenious enough to target the right market base along with exactly the right offerings. First of all, i-mode had the capability to keep its users connected to the internet all the time, everywhere. Apart from this, the internet… View Article

Academic dishonesty

Course Description This course provides an overview of the telecommunications industry with focus on areas such as overview of the industry, technologies, policy, regulatory, finance, marketing, trends, distribution, business models, M&A, and the telecommunication’s environment. Objectives: ?To develop an understanding of the telecommunications industry and how its major components have an impact and interact with… View Article

Team collapse at Richard Wood and Hulme LLP

James Michaels was a senior associate in the Richard, Wood, Hulme, LLP. He assisted with junior associates and co-op students with resolving questions in addition to completing his own audit work. He worked in a team to audit Spector’s business in these years. In 2008, Michaels faced some problems: the audit started on November 3,… View Article

Situational Analysis

INTRODUCTION: Vodafone is one of the world’s leading company, which deals with telecommunication networking. The company provides its services all over the world with association and joint ventures with company’s subsidy (information from the company website). While talking about Vodafone in Australia, it has been made as joint venture with Hutchison and created a brand… View Article

Advantages of working from home

There is a trend towards making jobs more mobile and allowing employees to access work remotely from home. Technology has also made a great contribution allowing people to work from home. Equipments such as computers, facsimile machines, telephones etc. have revolutionized the work industry and this trend has helped employers, employees and the state at… View Article

Satellite radio: XM versus Sirius

Sirius Satellite Radio Inc (initially called Satellite CD Radio) was one of the two initial players in the satellite radio industry created by two passionate guys David Margolese and Robert Brckman back in 1997 in Canada. The second player in the industry was XM Radio, backed by AMS Corp., and Hughes Electronic (a subsidiary of… View Article

Telecommunications Evolution Timeline

The term “telecommunications” was adopted by the Convention Internationale des Telecommunications held in Madrid in 1932. According to King (2003) “At this point, the telegraph, the telephone, and the radio were the only widely used telecommunications media” (p.65). Forms of media included under the umbrella of “telecommunications” has dramatically expanded since the early twentieth century…. View Article

SingTel Group

SingTel Group is Asias leading communications group, providing a diverse range of communication services and solutions, including fixed, mobile, data, Internet, info communications technology, satellite and pay TV. They are listed as the largest company in Singapore Exchange by market capitalization. They are also listed on the Australian Securities Exchange as a result of our… View Article

TW Telecom SWOT Analysis

Abstract This paper explores the facets of two telecommunications companies and provides a SWOT Analysis of one; TW Telecom, previously known as Time Warner Telecom. As of June, 16, 2014, Level 3, a larger telecommunications company serving medium to large enterprise size companies announced its commitment to the take-over of TW Telecom. Although this paper’s… View Article

Tri State Telephone Case Study

Tri-State Telephone is a telecommunications company that provided the telecommunications of the residents of three US States. Currently customers of Tri-State Company pay a monthly flat rate for the service they used. Now the management of Tri-State wants to change the pricing system from monthly flat rate to a new pricing system. However, the customers… View Article

Social Media Communication – Risk and Benefit

You’re dammed if you do, and you’re dammed if you don’t. Communication in the 21st Century has given corporations a global audience, using the ever growing, and easily accessible interaction of social media. Like many other corporate leaders, Best Buy CEO Brian Dunn accepted his trusted Chief Marketing Officer’s suggestion to use “Twitter” as a… View Article